Waiting for the shaman is the latest collaborative album of Ayato & Kecap Tuyul, once more based on guitars sounds, but featurng also bass, flute, synth, tr606, voice, vinyl, and also some strings sounds provided by Kecap Tilil (Kecap Tuyul's partner in band Pura Sombar) on 2 tracks. This new work is as hard to describe as their previous album when we talk about love and happiness . Waiting for the Shaman one has longer tracks, is more droney - but also rough & gritty sometimes, between... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ayato, Kecap Tuyul, experimental, free rock, ritual
Emerge is the solo project of Sascha Stadlmeier, who also curates the Attenuation Circuit label . Today he offers us a deep and subtle piece of droney music. Quantum's several layers swirl, rise, and cross each others without repeating themselves, creating a strong, almost mystical atmosphere. Topics: ambient, drone, ritual, Emerge, Sascha Stadlmeier, eg0cide
In term of releases, PhiMinD is a newcomer (?) in the field of dark ambient / ritual music, but he amazed us by the quality and depth of his works.Ascisco was self-released in december 2013 and we thought it deserves more exposure - because this album is simply one of the best in its league that we heard in 2013. All tracks sound very focused and cohesive despite of their improvised nature. It also seems that no looping was used in these recordings - and this is something we find quite... Topics: dark ambient, drone, ritual, ethereal, improvisation, transcendental, PhiMinD, eg0cide
With Tunnel Songs, Kecap Tuyul delivers his possibly darkest batch of half improvised ritual tunes to date. Prepared guitar is still at the core of his music, but voice and melodies are getting more in the foreground than before. The tracks of the album were loosely recorded between 2009 & 2014, and patiently mixed between 2012 & 2015 in various places. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ritual, shamanic, subterranean, prepared guitar, voice, Kecap Tuyul, eg0cide
While Kecap Tuyul's previous album Tunnel Songs was the result of years of slow work, Trois Clous documents it's rawer improvisations with voice and prepared, guitar. Each track was recorded in one day, 2 of them contain no overdubs at all. Three outlines of an obscure world, where echoes of ritual industrial, subdued bits of minimalist repetitive noisy rock, feedbacky drone (or is it drony feedback ?) get mashed in in a halo of lo-fi murkiness... Topics: experimental, improvisation, industrial, ritual, noise, drone, prepared guitar, voice, Kecap Tuyul,...
Path of Ascension is a follow-up to the acclaimed Great Stewardship, an imaginary soundtrack by Gutterhulk. "Path of Ascension" picks up where "Great Stewardship" left off, this time focusing on soundscapes rather than story-telling. This album is a small collection of enchanting ritual ambient pieces that continue the story told in "Great Stewardship" and which should please all dark ambient and video game enthusiasts, especially those of the Thief franchise. We... Topics: Gutterhulk, ambient, dark ambient, ritual ambient, soundscapes, soundtrack, videogame music